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care roll out. >> i don't think you can what will happen next year, but i will tell you this. democrats stand tall in support of the affordable care act. jobs will be the major issue as they always are. this is an issue that has to be dealt with. it's a political issue so we will run away from it. >> she couldn't say for sure. the idea. think about a month ago she would have been saying of course democrats will pick up seats. pelosi tried to downplay the affection by the democrats who voted a day after the president presented his own so-called fix to the health care law. it was the largest break any bill so far this year. all but three who are part of the committee's front line program. the most vulnerable incumbents voted for the bill. the democratic leader said they were just protecting themselves from getting steam rolled by attack ads. >> what you saw with those people who had real serious concerns, the fact of the matter is about 30 of them and i have talked to them were insulating themselves against sound bytes. >> does that work? >> that's the unknown question. they have gotten p
presented any of these for publication that had footnotes and a speech if people don't take the time to footnote things. it was clear that the plot line was not something i created. i department claim i created the movie. that's what is absurd. the plot line belongs to one person. the screen writer and i gave him credit for that. >> the office told nbc this. in the course of a 25-minute speech, he described the 34r09 of a movie and attributed it to the primary sources and no way saying it was his own thoughts or ideas. it has been submitted for academic tubication it would have been footnoted. only thsomething this trivial ia liberal source. don't overlook amid the back and forth of plagiarism and credibility, the question is, is this something the guy's ambitions want to be talking about? >> hopefully someone will stand and say wait a minute, not so fast. didn't we try that? didn't we learn what can happen when you let the state select for perfection? it's easy to say and oppose ask say how awful. we would never let that happen in our country. will we have the strength of character
of the year. we're coming up on a big month of deadlines. but don't overlook two giant ones that the shutdown standoff put in place. december 13th, when budget negotiators led by congressman paul ryan in the house and senator patty murray are supposed to get a deal done or at least a blueprint of a deal. then of course january 15th when the government runs out of money. and of course grinds to a halt if they don't do anything. forget a grand bargain. the house is in session just eight days before that december 13th deadline, and if you think that's bad, it gets worse. the senate doesn't return until december 10th, meaning the house and senate will only be in session together four days before that december 13th deadline. heck of a job, congress. the question is whether budget negotiators can beat the clock and close in on any small-scale budget deal before then. if nothing is done by the middle of january, then we have $109 billion in new across-the-board cuts, sequester two as it's called. it includes $52 billion in additional defense cuts because of the complicated way the cuts were put in p
executive today. whether that would apply to being a president or not, i don't know. >> he would still be taking questions if he had time. most hate facing the press. not this guy. democrats compared him to a late night talk show host responding to the election results. he important was on bis play as he rolled his eyes and insisted that his persona would not be a liability in the second term. >> you prepared to make any adjust ams to your style and tone down your brashment to appeal to people beyond new jersey. >> no. >> none at all? >> this is who i am and i am 23409 a one-trick pony. i am able to read a situation and conduct myself in the way that i think is most effective. that's what governs what i do. i'm not sure to put on a show. i'm here to win. >> they are trying to strike. they are not tiptoeing around it. word leaked out that the regional director will be the new director of the new hampshire party. not fully affiliated with the tea party, you might feel like you will have to scramble. potential 2016ers can't have missed this. hours after christie challenged washington to t
even if they don't comply with the new law. >> insurers can extend current plans that would otherwise be canceled into friend 14 and they can choose to reenroll in the same kind of plan. >> the president will meet with health insurance ceos today and the view of all of this is it's just an attempt to shift the blame. if you lose your insurance, you blame the insurance company for choosing not to offer. this is the most the president could do under the law. the white house aides acknowledged they don't have the power to mandate insurance companies to comply with the fix. the president acknowledged doing more will require congress's help to that end, there at least three bills floating around and two in the senate and in the house. the debate on the house bill is by fred upton. the bill is in a fix for the health care plan. it's an escape hatch to keep offering plans that would be considered substandard under the law and let people stay in the plans without fear of being penalized. >> only a masquerade and trojan horse coming in to undermine the affordable care act by expanding other ac
a question. i'm sorry. >> in mika's defense, don't confusion rude with clueless. it's two things. this is pop culture. pop culture. you are proud of that. if it's way too early, it's "morning joe." i want to say as always -- drive safely. in the senate as harry read is going to lead a push to change the rules for simple up or down majority votes on all presidential nominees with one exception. also this morning, we will talk to embattled governor about the scandal that rocked his final year in office and the investigation facing him as well as the tragedy that hit his former opponent. plus, 2012's highest roller places his bets against online gambling as many look to the web as a source of new tax revenue. he signs up a bipartisan brigade to fight for his cause. is he really worried about the expansion of gambling around the country. the new documentary on the 50th anniversary of president kennedy's assassination. democrats are poised to deploy the controversial nuclear option to change the rules of the senate and clear the way for several of president obama's judicial nominees blocked by con
generation. when you look at this, it really is a line between optimism and realism. i don't want to say it's pessimism, but maybe the country was headed down to a rough period between 64 and frankly 80. maybe it was inevitable whether he lived or died, but you can't help but see this was an important marker. >> i think you guys in your generation, there is the 60s like 1961 to 1970. the calendar years. there is the 60s that gani believe with the death of kennedy. that brought on the drugs and rebelliousness. when he was alive it was frank sinatra and very conventional. it's like mad men if you want to get a taste of it. conventional and guys in wing tipped shoes and having martinis and chasing girls. it was different. after that it was the beatles and a baroque period and it was not happy, but an effort to be happy. >> it is. we can spend a whole hour on this, but i will try to put other stuff in. the good news we get to spend three hours with ow this tonight. good stuff. you can watch both specials. first at 7:00. it will be jfk, the day that changed america. 8:00, watch the kennedy broth
. christie won because he preached bipartisanship. the exit polls don't look bipartisan. he had a lot of republican support, but believed that's what voters were endorsing. >> terry made very ample points about working in a bipartisan way. getting to richmond and working with the republicans and democrats to bring the job's first message and make that a reality. there was a bipartisan under tone and say here's the chairman of the party talking about bipartisanship. that couldn't be better for virginia and it worked. there republicans who did vote for terry and the numbers be what they may, they did vote for terry. >> doing television ads for him. >> absolutely. i want to go back to a story convergence and get to you respond. i heard from a lot of supporters and strategist who is said they spend a couple of weeks trying to convince you and others to get christ tow campaign for cuccinelli. >> it's your own campaign to run. we were running this year and didn't go out of state for anybody during the course of the year. you will be helping a lot of people next year like in 2010, 2011, and
paul went to virginia yesterday and said you'd be crazy to vote for the libertarian candidate. i don't know. that race in virginia may be closer than we think, but all eyes i think in the republican party, at least, on alabama to see whether the chamber and joe ricketts and others make a difference. what time is it? >> "morning joe." stay tuned for a very special election day issue of chuck todd's "the daily rundown." >> it's llama time. >>> come on. that music. doesn't it give you tingles? voters are voting. so are candidates. like terry mcauliffe in virginia. in a few minutes we'll talk to his opponent, ken cuccinelli, as he stumps in the final hours. and we'll have the latest on chris christie's garden party to re-election. also this morning, independent turned republican turned dehn charlie crist will talk about his new party in his bid for his old job. history says he's got a tough feat to pull off. >>> plus, big votes in big cities today. new york's battle is just one of about a dozen major cities picking new leaders today. like boston, where 20 years of the tenure for tom meni
may come and have a trigger. stuff that's coming. boy. don't miss if you are caring about the issue. the deputy adviser for strategic communications. he joins me from a cold white house north lawn. look at that. without an overcoat. >> i'm a north easterner. >> fair enough. let's talk about this deal. how temporary is it and how quickly is the u.s. willing to walk away from it if iran reneges on any part of this deal? >> they have a six-month time frame. it halts the progress of the program while we see if we can get the final deal. we have the strictest inspections to make sure they are held accountable to the likes of this deal. >> let's get to this disgramt on uranium enrichment. john kerry said there was nothing in the document about it. iran agrees, but they believe that no matter what this acknowledgement was down the road. what say you? >> only if we were able to reach a comprehensive agreement. they said in a final agreement, we would have to mutually define what the nature is. we get to decide whether iran dismantled the facilities put in place and restraints that we can ac
and grind progress to an absolute halt if they don't get 100% of what they want. >> it was ken couch nell whoa brought ted to richmond two weeks ago. can you imagine if they ran the virginia government? >> cuccinelli joined on saturday, but wisconsin governor scott walker is trying to turn it into a referendum and trying to make it a referendum on the president himself. >> i am glad to have it here today too. on tuesday virginia can send a message to washington, d.c. and the rest of america and tell them no more denial of freedom for patients and doctors. >> careful what you ask for. the republican party wants that to be the reverent um on tomorrow's vote. he will stump with cuccinelli in culpepper. in an admission that libertarian candidate is syphoning off republican votes, the election day eve rally is with the libertarian hero himself, ron paul. what message will they take away from a bruising defeat in virginia. the non-tea party wing of the party is trying to flex their muscles. expect more i told you sos. do they claim that the cuccinelli loss was because he was too muted and becau
and d.c. the parade only had the balloons canceled once in 87 years. i don't think they will all be canceled. >> hopefully that continues. we love the balloons. a record number of stores are challenging tradition and opening on thanksgiving to kickoff the black friday shopping season. nbc's john yang joins us with more on the earlier hours. there is mixed reaction from shoppers. a lot of folks are saying this is consumerism and some people like to do this. this is what they do. not as many thursdays between now and christmas and that's the reason why stores are doing this, right? >> that's right, luke. they are trying to get the shoppers as early as they can. they are also worried that people's limited budgets that come the end of december, they are all going to be shopped out. they will have spent their budgets they wanted early as possible. they are not only opening on thanksgiving night as they have for the past few years, but they are actually opening thanksgiving morning. k mart opening up at 6:00 in the morning. most old navy stores at 9:00. even before the thanksgiving din
been with the white house and we are on the ballot next year, not president obama. don't be surprised if the white house endorses something. maybe it's the landry bill. that is the most likely vehicle for any fix. that would allow individuals to keep plans they have as of december 31st of this year while requiring them to document ways in which current plan do not meet the law's minimum coverage requirement. >> my bill does not undermine the affordable care act. it does say that promise needs to be kept and it's disappointing to all of us and the people we served that it hasn't been rolled out better. the president assures us that it's being worked on and being fix and we are pausching to make sure that happens. >> the bill picked up another cosponsor yesterday and not from a red state, but a blue state. yesterday colorado's mark udahl introduced a bill to allow americans on the individual market to keep their plans for two years if they want to. today senate democrats will get their own venting session and get to meet with dennis mcdonough. all of this hammering has been going on, we
as a corporation, would it be mika, joe, barnacle, willie? i don't know. long-term? you are basically a terrible person. you can leave now. >> what about that shot? are you kidding me? >> it's time for "morning joe." >> now it's time for t"the dail rundown" with chuck todd. >> no end in sight. a report obtained by nbc news reveals a plan to keep troops in afghanistan for at least years and perhaps longer. it's not the only foreign front that gets lot of in washington's whacka mole health care whirl wind. an amazing eyewitness account from inside the dallas school book depository. a man who was there and may have bumped into lee harvey oswald himself. >> landing in arizona, chris christie takes the republican reign. we will talk to north carolina governor at the center of a voting rights fight in his state. good morning from washington. it's wednesday, november 20th. this is "the daily rundown." the latest on the tragic situation in virginia and congressman tray radell. let's get to the first read of the morning. we will begin with the conflict in afghanistan. something that too often gets glosse
off because the website is not working right. they don't know it. it means a lot and it's scary to them. i am sorry they find themselves in the situation based on assurances they got from me. we have to work hard to make sure they know we hear them and we will do everything we can to deal with the folk who is find themselves in a tough position as a consequence of this. >> do you feel like considering how much this quote has been. it's late night and all sorts of things, do you understand if people will be skeptical of the next promise you make, or are you concerned that people will be wondering, what's the final print that he's not telling me. do you get that people might be more skeptical. forget the partisans here in washington. >> i will tell you, i have been in national public life for seven or eight years and have been president for almost five. i think for the most part people know that i speak my mind and telefo tell folks what i think. even if they disagree with me on certain issues that every day i am working hard to try to make life better for middle class families an
increased out of pocket costs. feinstein not an endangered red state democrat. don't under estimate the experience of this signal to the administration. the house is expected to vote on a bill sponsored by fred upton to allowtome to offer current policies into next year. they were asking them to vote against the bill and wait to support her bill if it gets sent to the house. expect the bill to get democratic votes. there no plans to put the bill on the floor of the senate. if they cannot come up with a fix, there would be pressure to do just that. in a new poll, the president's approval rating has fallen through the 40 floor. just 44% said the president is honest and trustworthy. that's down ten points from a month ago and another all time low. hard to see how the president's numbers improve quickly regarding honest and trustworthiness. this washington story proves to be correct. according to the post, workers and contractors racing to repair the website are saying the website is unlikely to fully work by the end of november. they are pushing that card on this. one spokesman said as
, he definitely equates the iran acquiring a nuclear weapon that iran said they don't want to do not just with israel, but the survival of the jewish homeland and people's destiny. there a lot of moving parts going on. they like to have the sanction in place and doesn't trust what is going on and thinks the u.s. is being too naive. this is something people in washington agree with. they said the other day that in this official's view, the u.s. doesn't know how to buy a carpet in the mideast. the u.s. is too anxious to go in and see whatever is being offered and take the deal. that is something that secretary kerry said is not going on. a lot of pieces. it's not just one in your comprehensive run down. one thing you missed that is important is that the u.s. by reaching out to iran is not just alienating israel, but alienating arab states. particularly saudi arabia. if you look at u.s. foreign policy, you have the u.s. reaching out and making pretty close to at least proceeding on a deal with iran. on the downside of that, you have strained relations with israel and saudi arabia an
contest. many of you don't think you need a poll to tell you that democrats start 2016 with an advantage and that the republican party is fractured, but this morning we have a poll to tell you just that. think of it as a reality check. nbc news poll conducted by our friends at princeton survey research shows hillary clinton is more formidable than she's ever been. if you think this is deja vu all over again, you're actually wrong. clinton was never dominant in 2005 and 2006. and while there's a coronation of sorts for clinton among democrats, there's nothing close it to for chris christie and the republican party. he starts the 2016 race very close to where rudy giuliani did when he was named the presumptive front-runner back in 2006. with the republican party divided over his candidacy, and remember, this poll was conducted after the best week of national press christie has ever had. so let's dig into the numbers. in the hypothetical matchup, clinton gets the support of 44% of adults, christie, 34%. what's a lot more interesting is what democrats think of clinton and what republicans th
. >> really well done. we don't know why they're sitting on cash. one reason is uncertainty about the outlook is particularly mentioned by a lot of top ceos. plus you're in a world right now of a lot of excess capacity. you can find that excess capacity in some of those numbers you gave. there's excess capacity in labor and that you see in the unemployment rate and the number of long-term unemployed. there's also excess capacity in factories and in plant and equipment. another thing you have is you have -- >> let me stop you there. excess capacity basically is economic english for -- >> too much stuff. >> also automation, right? >> that's potentially one source. really good point, jeff. let's talk about the first order of excess capacity. you don't have a lot of demand for the widgets you make so, let's say you shut down part of the factory floor. that's excess capacity. no reason to go out and build new plant and equipment if part of the old plant and equipment is sitting there idle. you're also right on the front of automation. if suddenly you create a machine that makes widgets with many f
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